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  1. Thread: First cut-out

    by Jcarlton
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    Re: First cut-out

    Second cut-out complete! I made a beevac out of a 5 gal bucket vac and two buckets. It was about as fast as a cut-out can go aside from putting up scaffolding and taking it down after. Well worth the...
  2. Thread: First cut-out

    by Jcarlton
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    First cut-out

    Was picking up some frames thursday evening and was informed of a call about bees on the side of a house. Made a call and the homeowner said thy had been there a week. Went to see for myself what was...
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    Trapout on our farm

    My trapout is shaping up nicely, this is my first and I can guarantee contractor bags, duct tape and a few well placed staples are worth their weight in gold for sealing off alternate exits!! Brood...
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    Uncapped brood, and drawn comb

    I am preparing to trap out a colony and would like to purchase a frame of uncapped brood and a drawn frame or two. Located in southern Illinois. 1-618-513-4378
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    Re: Trap-out or cut out?

    Won't I run a high risk ruining the comb and killing most of the bees by felling the tree? I'd really like to save as much as possible, it's a good strong colony.
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    Trap-out or cut out?

    A co-worker heard I was looking to start beekeeping and told me about a tree hove in his back yard. The tree is dead, but still surprisingly sturdy. The only entrance I saw the bees using is about...
  7. Looking to trap out a few trees on our farm.

    I seem to find several hives in trees on our farm and those of neighbors. I have been reading up on beekeeping and several of the trap out stories on this forum and would like to know, is there a...
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